This presentation is from a research collaboration between myself and Andrew Vanderheiden at Texas A&M University under the supervision of Dr. Stacey Lyle.
Llano River vs Waller Creek – A tale of two watersheds This small-scale study was preformed in two locations: the Llano River and heavily urbanized Waller Creek watershed. It is hypothesized that rich and even plant diversity will be present in a healthier watershed, and therefore the heavily urbanized Waller creek will exhibit lower diversity […]
Hey all! I’ve taken a leave of absence during the semester, but I was recently asked to host a wildflower walk and plant ID workshop. To supplement this event, I created a workbook for getting started with plant ID in Texas. Here it is: Intro_IDPacket2 If you have no plant ID experience and are looking […]
From its radioactivity to its hazard in the world of cartoons, the banana is an item of fixation for many. Sweet, cheap, and versatile, it is often used as a primary source of potassium. But the bananas you pick up for 49 cents a pound at HEB are not the fruits you think they are. […]